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The Brazilian Masters

The Brazilian Masters (The Music of Jobim, Bonfa, and Baden Powell for Solo Guitar). Arranged by Brian Hodel. For Guitar. Guitar Solo. Bossa Nova and Samba. Difficulty: medium. Instrumental Solo Songbook. Standard guitar notation and fingerings. 32 pages. Published by TRO - The Richmond Organization (HL.378821).

ISBN 0634024086. With standard guitar notation and fingerings. Bossa Nova and Samba. 9x12 inches.

14 sambas and bossa novas by the genre's greatest composers. Songs appear in order of difficulty, allowing the player to improve their technique, musical expression, and understanding of this wonderful music. Songs include: Desafinado * Ebony Samba * Samba Triste * Sambalamento * Solidao * and more. Also includes playing tips.

  • Desafinado  Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, D Major
  • Ebony  Composed by Luiz Bonfa, Maria Toledo, F Major
  • Samba 
  • Engano  Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Luiz Bonfa, D Major
  • Espereanca Perfida  Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Billy Blanco, A Major
  • Ilha De Coral (Coral Island)  Composed by Luiz Bonfa, D Major
  • Incerteza (I always Knew)  Composed by Newton Mendonca, Antonio Carlos Jobim, E Major
  • Manha De Carnival  Composed by Luiz Bonfa, C Major
  • Samba Ce Duas  Composed by Luiz Bonfa, D Major
  • Notas 
  • Samba Do Aviao (Song of the Jet)  Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, D Major
  • Samba Triste (Sad Samba)  Composed by Baden Powell, Billy Blanco, C Major
  • Sambalamento  Composed by Luiz Bonfa, C Major
  • Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Voce (Someone to Light up My Life)  Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, A Major
  • Silencio Do Amor (The Silence of Love)  Composed by Luiz Bonfa, Maria Toledo, C Major
  • Solidao  Composed by Alcides Fernades, Antonio Carlos Jobim, C Major
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  • 5

    Location:
    nyc
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • December 22, 2010 Wonderful trnascriptions

    Gerald Garcia on his Brazilian Portraits album played some of the Brian Hodel transcriptions in this book. They are outstanding. Listen to the album , then try the transcription in this book. They are not Latin jazz per se, but they have such a wonderful classical + latin sway that you will...

    be persuaded.

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  • July 11, 2007 Great tunes for gigs

    Nice arrangements to play at gigs.

    34 of 64 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Location:
    Englewood, FL
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • December 19, 2006 Great music, great price

    I've been working with this book for a couple of months and find it consistently challenging with authentic arrangements. If you look at Charlie Byrd's arrangements of Jobim (also a good idea) you can see how this music has more Brazilian, non-Jazz feel to it.

    29 of 70 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Location:
    Dallas, TX
  • June 05, 2005 Simply the Best !

    Tom Jobin's music is only for people with a very good education. His music is divine.The best Brazilian music made by a man who really loved Brazil,the US, poetry and MUSIC.

    40 of 74 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Location:
    Houston Texas
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • December 25, 2004 Thought it was Captain Beefheart tunes..

    This is so silly....no brazilian would offer any thought of playing this stuff! Why not go to the masters if you really want ot learn?

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